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Bobby
42 minutes ago, Diane said:

 

Yes, it is beautiful. I believe it is from the Bible. Maybe Corinthians.

  

Ah yes, it's in ONE Corinthians, not TWO Corinthians.  Perhaps that's why Dear Leader isn't familiar with it!  😉

 

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Sam K
1 hour ago, Diane said:

 

Yes, it is beautiful. I believe it is from the Bible. Maybe Corinthians.

 

Yep, 1 Corinthians 13:4-8.

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Faye

I also had meetings in the Astral. I don't remember anything specific. But a couple of minutes after I woke up, I got a very clear message that asked, "Did you enjoy spending time with everyone in the Astral last night?" My answer was a very emphatic, "YES!".

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Diane
2 hours ago, Maureen said:

Last night's dream:  

 

May 7, 2020:  @Diane and I arrived, unexpectedly, at @Troy's place on a bicycle.

@Maureen

We were quite busy in our dreams last night. We were also at Mom's old house in Muskoka!

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WolfAmethyst

Rachel Maddow is active on the Astral, too.  She appeared in one of my dreams of that nature earlier this week.  I think a lot of her more recent tv show programming reflects that presence.

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Juni
On 5/5/2020 at 5:30 AM, Connor said:

No nexuses for three months in a row? I wonder if we're in another bubble.

  I've been wondering this too.

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DianeHB

May has actually been great for me. Since about 2 weeks ago I decided to get my shit together and started exercising every weekday morning for an hour and write for 1-2 hours. I’ve slid back in my writing practice since February, partly because I got busy with work and the resulting stress and partly from corona related anxiety. I got my head back in it now and have made some great progress in figuring out my writing voice as well as my process. 
 

I’ve been really baffled this year why I’ve felt really low and uninspired by everything I’m doing when last year I felt inspired by literally everything. A couple weeks ago, I decided to review my personal year number and realized that I am exactly on track. My last year was all about expansion, and this year is troubleshooting the results of that expansion (Michael gave me the theme “True Discipline” in my QP). I needed to establish a sustainable effort toward my writing, which is still a path I want to take.  Not really exciting, just one foot in front of the other, but necessary for me because I’m not good at sticking with routines. 

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Miizle

@DianeHB That's awesome, i love it how methodically you approach things and problems in your life. Or at least you make it sound like that 😉


Also, thank you for mentioning and linking that number stuff, this is all new to me. Most of the article was just way too much for me to even try to take in now, but the personal year is easy and makes sense. I never payed too much attention to numerology as i wasn't sure how much of it was useful/truthful. Very happy to read i am currently at Personal Year 1 (Initiations/Beginnings;), of overall Life Path 7. This makes a lot of sense to me, so, interesting to see it works, and the personal year thing seems like such a simple little reference guide/road map.

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Jeroen

I also dreamed last night of meeting with a group of people from TLE who were sitting together at a table outside. It was night time. One of the people at the table was @TexB. I am having a difficult time remembering who else was there but I know there were more people from here. We were talking about the future of Artificial Intelligence and how channeling might work through that medium.

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Connie Stansell-Foy
10 hours ago, Maureen said:

He showed me his hand that was burned

 

I missed something. @Troy burned his hand? Is it healing okay, and not just in your dream?

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Troy
6 hours ago, Connie Stansell-Foy said:

I missed something. @Troy burned his hand? Is it healing okay, and not just in your dream?


@Maureen dreamt I burned my hand, but I really did burn my hand in waking life. I was roasting radishes and had just taken the skillet out of the 500 degree oven. The pot holder fell off the handle and I didn’t notice, so when I grabbed the skillet handle, I seared the entire palm of my left hand. Good times, good times. lol 🔥 

robin williams cooking GIF by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

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DianeHB
14 hours ago, Miizle said:

@DianeHB That's awesome, i love it how methodically you approach things and problems in your life. Or at least you make it sound like that 😉


Also, thank you for mentioning and linking that number stuff, this is all new to me. Most of the article was just way too much for me to even try to take in now, but the personal year is easy and makes sense. I never payed too much attention to numerology as i wasn't sure how much of it was useful/truthful. Very happy to read i am currently at Personal Year 1 (Initiations/Beginnings;), of overall Life Path 7. This makes a lot of sense to me, so, interesting to see it works, and the personal year thing seems like such a simple little reference guide/road map.

 

Haha, I do have a methodical approach to problems when I decide it's a problem I want to face head-on.

 

I was never into numerology either, until a few years after that Michael workshop when I noticed that the personal year themes matched what I was going through each year. My current cycle started in 2017, which was when I started getting tired of accounting and needed to figure out something more fulfilling. Here's a good website for descriptions of the life path numbers, which I found spot on for me (I'm a 1 life path).

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Ingun

I dreamt I was in meeting with lots of people, and we had been working on a project for a while, and the meeting came to an end and we had finally landed on 4 potential directions for the future. These directions were named something like A24, B16, C somthing..., and F41. The numbers might not be right, but the last one I remember clearly, and the last number F41 represented at path that seemed more quiet, not so highlighted, not standing out, but intriguing enough. I was in this meeting that happened in Sweden, and at the end of the dream I knew I had to travel back to home to Norway, and then I knew I was dreaming and woke up 🙂

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Miizle

@DianeHB Wow, that's a pretty accurate analysis on that website 😮 I'm impressed.

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petra

@DianeHB  I read my life path description on the good website you mentioned ( I am also a 1) for me it is a description of the Young paradigm, it lacks the perspective of a more Mature/Old paradigm. In my early twenties, yes, from my 30ies on, no, thank you for bringing it back to my awareness though!

I read the 20120721 OMW: Personal Cycles of Life again, to play with the wording Michael gave is more helpful for me.

 

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zahra

@DianeHB I read some of the descriptions on the site. And the 7 life path fits me perfectly. 

But based on calculations, I'm a 4.

 

"Overall, you’re eminently practical, hardworking, and determined. No matter what, you’ll get it done."

 

Lol, no I'm not.

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Hani

@zahra I am a 7 based on my date of birth and it does fit the bill

I am going to read 4, since my brother is 4

You are very young though, still have your whole life ahead of you 🙂

 

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Rosario

so happy for you, @DianeHB 😊❤️🤩 a get such a "high" from people who keep finding their inspiration and will to create and share, no matter what :') 

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Miizle

@petra I guess i was lucky they concentrated on older soul concepts in my text so there was more chance for relevance! There's of course big pieces missing there from my personality, too, but it was pretty damn accurate for what was said! Apart from potential reluctance and confusion around spiritualism & intuition, but that was optional. I was not expecting that, so i'm quite surprised. Perhaps there is numerology for older souls somewhere in the depths of the internet 🙂 We'll probably always be most tuned to Michael's versions of things, not only have we evolved for quite a while now learning from them, but their teaching has also evolved from contact with us. Which is pretty cool when you think about it.

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Maureen

I saw a short news piece titled Despite jarring jobs numbers, Canada, U.S. charting different courses (see below) and it reminded me of some channeling I got from Michael posted in this blog entry Soul Ages in Politics: Trudeau, Canada & The U.S.  Here's an excerpt:

 

The Soul Age of Canada remains as Young and Mature, with Mature having taken the lead in positions of power and influence so that it sets the paradigm as Mature. This makes Canada a Mature country, then.

 

The Soul Age of the United States remains as Young and Mature as well, with large pockets of Baby. These large pockets of Baby changes the dynamic of the paradigm in place in the United States. Where Young Souls in Canada pursue experiences within the Mature paradigm, the Young Souls in the United States pursue positions of power over or through the Baby.

 

Mature Souls continue to shy from positions of power in the United States because the dynamic is uninviting to the sensitive, and is not conducive to democracy governing.

 

Though there are more Mature Souls than other Soul Ages in the United States, the Young and Baby continue to hold a Young Paradigm in place. This makes the United States more Young than Mature in paradigm.

 

It is changing, but not without growing pains.

 

~~~

 

Michael said this to DianeHB on March 17, 2020:

 

Social distancing is the only solution for slowing this pandemic. We see approximately 10% of populations practicing this to the extent that it needs to be in place. It would require 75% to 90% to truly slow this, and at least 40% to 60% to reduce deaths and impact on systems. At 10% practice, this may lead toward a mutation that would be far more challenging and deadly, which would then begin to have more obvious effects on more demographics, escalating this pandemic to another tier of threat.

 

Incentives and security would help. If governments and systems and individual exchanges would shift toward ensuring security, it would bring greater effort for distancing. For example, companies that can continue wages, or government subsidies for everyone under a certain tier of income for shelter expenses, landlords allowing leniency and waiving of rent, services provided without fees, etc. In short, removing money from the equation of human existence.

 

~~~

 

Here's the article: 

 

Despite jarring jobs numbers, Canada, U.S. charting different courses

 

In the shark-infested seas of the world’s new normal, Canada and the United States are in the same leaky economic boat – but one is bailing water while the other swims for shore.

 

Both countries confronted historic and harrowing employment statistics Friday, with two million people out of work in Canada last month for a jobless rate of 13 per cent. There were 20.5 million Americans who reported the same fate, bringing U.S. unemployment to a breathtaking 14.7 per cent.

 

But as President Donald Trump leads a U.S. charge towards reopening shuttered businesses and easing stay-at-home orders, to the chagrin of nervous public health officials, Canada is taking a dramatically different go-slow approach, extending a federal wage subsidy program through June and counselling against unsafe work.

 

“It is a well-established principle in Canada, a hallmark of our values as a country, that no one should be asked to work in unsafe conditions,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said during his daily news conference.

 

“We’re going to have to be very careful to ensure that we’re doing what we need to do, right across the country – businesses, orders of government and all Canadians – to ensure the safety of the people who are working to provide for the rest of us.”

 

Trump, on the other hand, is champing at the bit to restart a presidential re-election campaign that hinges on his ability to resurrect an economy that was stopped in its tracks by COVID-19. And he’s seizing on the images of Americans protesting outside state capitols, many of them forgoing masks and physical distancing measures, to make his case.

 

“The people are going to force it,” the president said Friday in an morning telephone interview with Fox News. Not all states will reopen at the same pace, while those that do will continue to insist on keep-safe practices, he said. In some cases, COVID-19 may flare back up, but that will simply be the cost of doing business, Trump suggested.

 

Some people – including Democrat governors in states that are moving more slowly – don’t want it to come back “for political reasons,” he added.

 

“We may have fires and we’re going to put the fires out,” he said. “It’s happening already. You can see it. And there’s spirit now – there’s a lot of spirit. Because we have over 30 states that are back or very strongly coming back and that’s going to be a lot higher soon.”

 

The White House has taken to referring to Americans as “warriors” in recent days, a move seen by some as bracing for the possible impact of a fresh resurgence in COVID-19 as states continue to lift their restrictions. Indeed, even Trump is more exposed than usual: one of his personal valets and now the vice-president’s press secretary both tested positive this week.

 

More bad jobs news will likely come in May, but as more businesses open their doors and federal stimulus efforts take hold, the third quarter of the fiscal year should show signs of improvement, said senior White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow.

 

“Reasonably good economic analysis suggests that the reopening of the economy, the safe reopening of the economy, will provide much better numbers,” Kudlow said, who described the April jobs numbers as “heartbreaking.”

 

Hard-hit states like New York, California and Washington are still largely locked down, but beaches, restaurants and retail stores are open in Florida, while Georgia has reopened gyms, hair salons and bowling alleys. Swimming pools and shopping malls are back in business in Texas, despite evidence that COVID-19 is still on the march in the Lone Star State.

 

Across the U.S., the push to reopen has become a Republican rallying cry, one with its very own freedom fighter: Shelley Luther, the owner of Salon a la Mode in Dallas, received a hero’s welcome Thursday after she was briefly jailed for refusing to apologize for opening her business last month in defiance of a lockdown order.

 

It’s a different story in Canada.

 

Throughout the Atlantic provinces, certain medical procedures and “low-risk” activities like golf, fishing and hunting have either already resumed or are expected to next week, but with the usual caveats of avoiding gatherings and maintaining physical distance. Quebec has reopened retail stores and lottery terminals outside of Montreal.

 

In Ontario, selected retail stores are reopening this weekend, but mobility restrictions will persist until May 19, while visits to the dentist or chiropractor have resumed in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Non-urgent surgeries resumed this week in Alberta, and retailers will begin opening their doors next week. B.C. is eyeing mid-May for a gradual rebooting of retailers, restaurants and museums.

 

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, asked about the different approaches in the two countries, avoided mentioning the United States by name. “Smart” and “sensible” Canadians understood from the outset the importance of physical distancing and shutting down the country to combat the virus, she said – and still do.

 

“The same sensible, prudent, smart approach needs to guide the restart, and I think Canadians understand profoundly that the biggest mistake we could make right now would be to squander our hard-won gains,” Freeland said. Friday’s jobs data underscore the magnitude of the sacrifice, she added.

 

“Our job now collectively is to build on that progress, and to ensure that as we look towards restarting the economy, we do it very carefully, very prudently and in a way that will prevent the virus from surging back and enveloping us all.”

 

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Crystal

@Maureen, thank you for posting that snippet from @DianeHB’s chat with the M’s. Regarding removing money from the equation, it’s not removing it but it’s a start: Nancy Pelosi wants more stimulus, plus Senators Harris, Sanders and Ed Markey (MA) are hoping to keep sending money to people who need it: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2020/05/08/coronavirus-sanders-harris-markey-want-2-000-monthly-payments/3094731001/

 

Harris and Sanders are former Presidential candidates whose overleaves have been channeled, and both are Old souls. I would suspect Ed Markey, one of the most liberal Senators, is as well (but don’t have any channeled info on him). The party that has more Mature and Older souls seems to want to move into a more beneficial direction.

 

(As for me, personally, all the Energy Shifts have been in positive ways since at least March. I miss going to museums, etc. but on a personal level, I feel pretty calm. I have dialed way, way back on social media and participating in a lot of the online spaces I formerly did and I think this has helped a lot. I’m very much curating my online-ness and it feels really, really good.)

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DianeHB
20 hours ago, petra said:

@DianeHB  I read my life path description on the good website you mentioned ( I am also a 1) for me it is a description of the Young paradigm, it lacks the perspective of a more Mature/Old paradigm. In my early twenties, yes, from my 30ies on, no, thank you for bringing it back to my awareness though!

I read the 20120721 OMW: Personal Cycles of Life again, to play with the wording Michael gave is more helpful for me.

 


I can see how the article reads that way, since it mentions thriving in competition, success, and achievement. When I read these non-Michael interpretations, I often read between the lines, and get an idea of a theme rather than try to make the details fit word for word. The gist of the 1 life path seems to be a lifetime of independence, innovation, and leadership (which can mean a lot of things). From what little I’ve learned, 1 life path people tend to do their own thing, not follow the crowd, see through imprinting easily. The 3 tiers of development that was mentioned, I can see them in my own life in terms of breaking away from familial imprinting and doing the work to create my own path because most societal paths have not worked for me. And because 1 life paths are independent and tend to see through imprinting, we may feel insecure about where we fit in the world until we work through that (that’s definitely my arc). I think we can think of the life path as an arc of development over the lifetime, and different numbers are focused on different themes. 

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Maureen
2 hours ago, Crystal said:

@Maureen, thank you for posting that snippet from @DianeHB’s chat with the M’s. Regarding removing money from the equation, it’s not removing it but it’s a start: Nancy Pelosi wants more stimulus, plus Senators Harris, Sanders and Ed Markey (MA) are hoping to keep sending money to people who need it: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2020/05/08/coronavirus-sanders-harris-markey-want-2-000-monthly-payments/3094731001/

 

Harris and Sanders are former Presidential candidates whose overleaves have been channeled, and both are Old souls. I would suspect Ed Markey, one of the most liberal Senators, is as well (but don’t have any channeled info on him). The party that has more Mature and Older souls seems to want to move into a more beneficial direction.

 

(As for me, personally, all the Energy Shifts have been in positive ways since at least March. I miss going to museums, etc. but on a personal level, I feel pretty calm. I have dialed way, way back on social media and participating in a lot of the online spaces I formerly did and I think this has helped a lot. I’m very much curating my online-ness and it feels really, really good.)

 

Senator Harris is a Mature 4 (not Old), Warrior-cast King. Senator Sanders is an Old 1, Server-cast Sage. Reference:  2020 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES OVERLEAVES.

 

I suspect anyone who is getting anything done "for the people, by the people", are Mature Souls and perhaps even early Old. For those who don't know, Nancy Pelosi (one of our favourites!!) is a 5th Level Mature Warrior-Cast Scholar from Cadre 5, Entity 2.

 

Most all who ran are Mature Souls. Here are the Old Souls who ran:   

 

Steyer: Old 2, Priest-cast King

Yang: Old 1, Server-cast Scholar

Williamson: Old 5, Sage-cast Priest

Gravel: Old 4, Server-cast Priest

 

I looked Gravel up as I knew nothing about him and was delighted with what I read. He exemplifies the Old Soul "protest campaign run". Here's an excerpt:

 

On Tuesday, one of the most unusual campaigns in recent memory came to an end. Former Sen. Mike Gravel dropped his bid for the presidency and endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination.

 

On one hand, Gravel’s absurdist, four-month quasi-campaign fit squarely into the American tradition of protest campaigns in that its main goal was to, in the campaign’s own words, “revolt against the soullessness of contemporary politics.” Gravel kicked off his campaign saying that he wasn’t actually running to win — just to make one of the early Democratic debates so that his views could get a wider airing. Although his staff later said he was running to win (apparently to make it easier for Gravel to qualify both for the debates and for FiveThirtyEight’s own “major candidate” status, which he did in June), it was pretty clear that they knew the 89-year-old would never actually serve as president.

 

Their real goal was to inject Gravel’s far-left views, such as ending “imperialist” wars, legalizing drugs and enacting dramatic political reforms, into the primary. Among a certain segment of Extremely Online Democrats, his Twitter account became a viral sensation for taking a cudgel to virtually every establishment Democrat under the sun (sometimes drawing condemnation for going too far).

 

On the other hand, Gravel’s campaign was unique. Most famously, he was convinced to run (or, more accurately, to let someone take out Federal Election Committee paperwork on his behalf) by two teenagers, who then assumed responsibility for the day-to-day operations of his campaign. Gravel himself did a few media interviews but otherwise resolved to “sit on my patio and see what happens.” He didn’t make a single visit to Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada or South Carolina.

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Luciana Flora
On 5/8/2020 at 3:40 PM, DianeHB said:

 

Haha, I do have a methodical approach to problems when I decide it's a problem I want to face head-on.

 

I was never into numerology either, until a few years after that Michael workshop when I noticed that the personal year themes matched what I was going through each year. My current cycle started in 2017, which was when I started getting tired of accounting and needed to figure out something more fulfilling. Here's a good website for descriptions of the life path numbers, which I found spot on for me (I'm a 1 life path).

I went to read my life path out of curiosity... in my case it would be 4... some things I agreed and some I didn't... what I didn't agree with... is the fact that I say I'm a teacher... I'm not the one who's never taught anyone anything my whole life... but I think that part is right.

 

One of the primary issues faced by the 4 Life Path is the necessity to work through problems with family of origin. While all of us have family history to deal with, the 4 Life Path rides a particularly intense road with family that’s at the core of the healing and learning you’ve come here to do.

 

 

In case someone wants to read everything:

 

https://feliciabender.com/four-life-path/

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1 hour ago, Maureen said:

On the other hand, Gravel’s campaign was unique. Most famously, he was convinced to run (or, more accurately, to let someone take out Federal Election Committee paperwork on his behalf) by two teenagers, who then assumed responsibility for the day-to-day operations of his campaign. Gravel himself did a few media interviews but otherwise resolved to “sit on my patio and see what happens.” He didn’t make a single visit to Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada or South Carolina.

 

This is hilarious and inspiring... I wish Gravel was a physically younger candidate with his Old Soul ideals, though I doubt that he would "be seen", by soul ages younger than him especially in terms of supporting his reform driven ideas. He sounds like a needed breath of fresh air and could have done some good. 

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